Total AV offer a full 100% free antivirus which scans and removes threats for free. Total AV also includes free internet security to protect you from the latest malware URLs and phishing websites. Total AV give you the opportunity to upgrade to their premium protection for just $19, which includes real-time protection, licenses for (x3) devices, plus and a lot more! We’ll go into more details about the features included in the corresponding section below. So with this price in mind and the ability of supporting 3 devices on the standard license it’s going to cost you less than $1.50/Device. Very reasonable for a brand new product! TotalAV.com offer a 30 day money-back guarantee so you’ve got nothing to lose!
TotalAV.com come out top when it comes to security and performance. They monitor for threats in real time but don’t affect your computers performance which is spectacular seeing as though some of the big name competitors really slow down your machine. So if you like keeping your machine running fast then TotalAV.com is for you.
Well what else can we say but wow… the support is immense! Video tutorials, knowledge base FAQs, information-rich articles, email support and also 24/7 live chat! A fairly big disappointment however is the lack of phone support. We understand live chat is probably the most popular way of contacting customer services these days but there’s still a significant proportion of people out there who can’t beat picking up the phone and speaking to someone directly. However, you must bear-in-mind that Total AV is new to the market and might well introduce phone support in the near future!
The feature list is pretty limited at the moment but the quality of the features are very good. So it goes back to the old saying ‘quality over quantity’. They are also planning to introduce a lot more features in the near future, so you might end up seeing both quality and quantity pretty soon! We’ve made it out to seem like you’re missing vital features, which just isn’t true, but maybe some extra bonus features that are available (useful or not is another issue to address) with the likes of Norton and BullGuard.